|Directed by||Jesse V. Johnson|
|Produced by||James Henney|
|Written by||Jesse V. Johnson|
|Music by||Marcello De Francisci|
|Edited by||Cari Coughlin|
Jack (Vandenberg) Severino is a quiet yet intense man who has no recollection of his past. He spends his time in violent no holds barred fights in a small South American village. The only friend he has is his manager Manolo, an Indian trying to escape poverty. Jack's violent past catches up with him when he sees a woman (Stana Katic) he has not seen in years bring back his memories.
The film was not well received by critics and has a 0% fresh rating (from 3 reviews) on Rotten Tomatoes and David Nusair of Reel Film said "There've been a lot of bad straight-to-video action flicks over the years, but this is surely the worst". DVD Talk reviewer Scott Weinberg said in his review, "Just because something's (very) cheaply made, amazingly generic, and more than a little stupid -- that doesn't mean it's boring. And if you're the sort of movie fan who'd grab a DVD called Pit Fighter from the shelf and flip it over to read the plot synopsis -- then Pit Fighter is probably something you'd enjoy."
- Pit Fighter (2004) Movie Review BeyondHollywood.com Archived 2008-05-02 at the Wayback Machine
- DVD Talk Review "Pit Fighter" by Scott Weinberg, May 29, 2005
- Rotten Tomatoes Pit Fighter (2005)
- Reel Film Review Pit Fighter (July 19/05)
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